Australian New Crops Info 2014
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Listing of Interesting Plants of the World:

Kunzea ericoides

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triggering increased vigilance (1), Asparagus scandens (1), Assembly rule (1), Association (1), australian tea tree oil (1), Avian Convergence Hypothesis (1), avian diet (1), Avicennia marina (1), bark beetle–fungus interrelationships - complex, with dissemination of fungi (1), barrier spit (1), Beauveria spp. (1), behaviour (1), below-ground processes (1), benzopyran derivatives (1), beta-triketone (1), bioactive properties (1), Bioactivity (1), biocontrol (1), Biodiversity conservation (1), Biogeographic patterns (1), biogeography (1), bio-indicator (1), biological activity of essential oils (1), biological control agent (1), biological invasion (1), biological screening (1), biotic interactions (1), bird (1), botanical composition (1), Boundary (1), Braided river (1), browser (1), Bruchwald (1), bryophytes (1), Buddleja davidii (1), burning (1), cajuput oil (1), Calendula (1), Camelia (1), camphor (1), Canopy closure (1), Cape Floristic Region (1), Carabidae (1), carbon balance (1), carbon dioxide (1), carbon isotopes (1), carbon nitrogen ratio (1), carbon uptake (1), carbon–nitrogen interaction (1), Carex secta (1), cariogenic bacteria (1), Cervus unicolor (1), chemical constituents (1), chemistry and bioactivity of essential oils (1), chemotaxonomy (1), Chemotype (1), chemotypes (1), chlorohexidine (1), choice analysis (1), chronosequences (1), cinnamon fungus (1), citrus-peel essential oils, and - orange, lemon, mandarin, tangerine and grapefruit oils (1), Clapham et al. (1981) (1), Classification (1), clearcutting (1), Clematis vitalba (1), climate (1), climbing asparagus (1), Cline (1), clinical efficacy of essential oils and components (1), Clostridium difficile (1), Clostridium perfringens (1), Cluster analysis (1), Clustering (1), CO2 (1), Coelomycetes (1), Coelostomidia (1), coelostomidiid scale insect (1), Coevolution (1), coexistence (1), Colocasia esculenta (1), Community ecology (1), comparative growth performance (1), competition (1), concentration (1), conditional logit model (1), conidia (1), conifer (1), Conifer-angiosperm forest (1), Connor & Edgar (1987) and references therein (1), Connor & Edgar (1987) and references therein, and Stace (1997), except where indicated (1), conocimiento ecológico tradicional (1), conservación de plantas nativas (1), Conservation (1), contact allergy (1), Coprosma lucida (1), Coprosma robusta (1), Cordyline australis (1), Coriaria arborea (1), correlogram (1), Corynocarpus laevigatus (1), cosecha de plantas (1), cost distance (1), CWD (1), cycloaddition reactions (1), Dacrycarpus dacrydioides (1), Dacrydium cupressinum (1), data assimilation (1), De Laubenfels (1972) and Silba (1986) (1), Deadwood (1), deer (1), deforestation (1), degradation (1), degraded landscape (1), DEM (1), demographic contributions to lambda (1), dendroecology (1), Denitrification (1), developmental rate (1), dieback (1), diet analysis (1), digital video applications (1), Dihydroxyacetone (1), direct seeding (1), disease (1), disjunct species distributions (1), Dispersal mode (1), domatia (1), dry sclerophyllforest (1), dunes (1), dung beetles and introduction into Australia (1), dung beetles, ladybirds and pine trees - species introduced to new environments (1), duration (1), ecología urbana (1), Ecological indicator (1), Ecological niche modelling (1), Ecological sorting (1), ecophysiology (1), Ecosystem impact (1), ecosystem productivity (1), ecosystem properties (1), Ecotonal species (1), ectomycorrhizas (1), Edge (1), Endophytic fungi (1), environmental change (1), environmental flows (1), environmental reconstruction (1), erosion control (1), erosion mitigation (1), essential oils and their constituents - used in foods and beverages (1), essential oils, described as secondary plant metabolites (1), essential oils, natural, volatile, complex plant compounds - oily or lipid-like in nature, characterized by strong fragrance (1), essential oils, or ethereal oils, volatile oils, plant oils - or aetheroleum, term ‘essential oil’ (1), establishment (1), Estuaries (1), ethnobiology (1), etnobiología (1), eucalypt woodlands (1), Eucalyptus cneorifolia (1), Eucalyptus dives (1), Eucalyptus globulus subsp. globulus (1), Eucalyptus globulus subsp. maidenii (1), Eucalyptus goniocalyx (1), Eucalyptus horistes (1), Eucalyptus kochii (1), Eucalyptus loxophleba subsp, lissophloia (1), Eucalyptus melanophloia (1), Eucalyptus pauciflora (1), Eucalyptus plenissima (1), Eucalyptus polybractea (1), Eucalyptus radiata (1), Eucalyptus radiata subsp. radiata (1), Eucalyptus robusta (1), Eucalyptus saligna (1), Eucalyptus smithii (1), Eucalyptus viminalis (1), Evaporation (1), Evergreen forest (1), Evergreen temperate rainforest (1), exine corrosion (1), exotic invasion (1), Facilitation (1), factors influencing activity - microorganism-related factors (1), Falco novaeseelandiae (1), Farmland (1), Farquhar model (1), Feeding guilds (1), feeding type (1), fertility (1), Filter (1), Fine sediment storage (1), Fire adaptation (1), fire regime (1), FISH (1), flammability (1), Flavesone (1), flooding (1), Floodplain (1), Floodplain formation (1), foliar mites (1), foliar N/P ratio (1), food analysis (1), food composition (1), Forest fragmentation (1), Forest inventory (1), forest light (1), forest litter (1), forest plantations (1), forest remnants (1), forest soils (1), Fossil beetles (1), fossil kauri (1), Fraxinus ornus (1), frequency (1), freshwater (1), fruit (1), fumigation (1), functional composition (1), functional diversity (1), Functional group (1), functional trait (1), fungal anatomy (1), fungal biodiversity (1), fungal biogeography (1), Fuzzy classification (1), gap crossing (1), gene flow (1), geomorphic coupling (1), Geothermal fauna (1), Geothermal flora (1), Geothermal habitat (1), Geranyl acetate (1), germination (1), germination experiment (1), germination inhibitors (1), GIS (1), glacial refugia (1), global carbon cycle (1), Gradient (1), Gram-positive and Gram-negative - susceptibility in vitro to essential oils and components (1), grassland (1), grazing (1), Groundwater nitrate (1), growth (1), Growth form (1), gully (1), gully complex (1), gully erosion (1), gut passage (1), Habitat loss (1), habitat relationships (1), habitats (1), Head and neck cancers (1), heat treatment (1), Hedychium coronarium (1), herpes simplex virus (1), hill country (1), Home–field advantage (1), Home–field advantage (1), Honey and nectar (1), Hoplodactylus (1), host range (1), host range testing (1), Host specialisation (1), host specificity (1), hosts (1), hybrid fitness (1), hybrid zone (1), hybridization (1), Hydroxymethylfurfural (1), Hylastes ater (1), Hylurgus ligniperda (1), hyphae (1), impact (1), indígena (1), indigenous (1), indigenous forest (1), indigenous plant conservation (1), indigenous species (1), insect herbivory (1), intermediate mixed feeder (1), International beetle importations - for pet trade (1), Intestinal bacteria (1), intracellular bacteria (1), introduced deer (1), invasion or conservation biology (1), invasive (1), Invasive plant (1), invasive plants (1), invertebrate abundance (1), Invertebrate biomass (1), island ecology (1), Iso-leptospermone (1), Isotopes (1), Jamaica (1), jasmine (1), Jasminum grandiflorum (1), Johnston's Gum Hole (1), Juniperus brevifolia (1), K. flavescens (1), K. pauciflora (1), K. sinclairii (1), Kaharoa Tephra (1), kanuka honey (1), kanuka oil (1), ketones, commonly encountered ketone essential-oil components - menthone, carvone, pulegone and piperitone (1), kinetics (1), Kunzea ambigua (1), Kunzea ericoides (kanuka) (1), Kunzea ericoides var. microflora (1), kunzea sinclairii (1), Lactobacilli (1), lake sediment (1), lambda (1), land management (1), Land system (1), land use change (1), Landscape ecology (1), larval dispersal (1), last glacial maximum (1), leaf age (1), leaf nitrogen content (1), least-cost path (1), Leishmania spp., causative agents of leishmaniasis - disease manifesting itself in variety of presentations (1), lema oil (1), Lepidoptera (1), Light (1), light-enhanced dark respiration (1), litterfall (1), logging (1), Long-term dynamics (1), macroalgae (1), macroinvertebrates (1), Mangrove (1), manuka honey (1), manuka oil (1), Māori (1), Markov Chain Monte Carlo sampling (1), Marsh (1), mass movement (1), mathematical models (1), mechanism of action (1), mechanisms of action - membrane and membrane-related actions (1), medicaments (1), medicinal plants (1), mediterranean climate (1), mediterranean tree rings (1), mediterranean vegetation (1), Melaleuca (1), Melaleuca oil (1), Melaleuca quinquenervia (1), methane oxidation (1), methods, for quantifying antimicrobial activity (1), methoxyphenyllactic acid (1), Methyl cinnamate (1), Metrosideros (1), microscope (1), Microscopy (1), minimum area effect (1), mitochondria (1), Mixed angiosperm–conifer forests (1), mixed forests (1), modelling (1), modern pollen (1), modern pollen rain (1), molecular conformation (1), Monoterpenes (1), monoterpenes. 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(1), Parkland (1), pasture (1), pathogenicity (1), Penicillium italicum (1), periodontitis (1), periodontopathic bacteria (1), pest control, pesticide metabolism, pesticides, insecticides, herbicides (1), Petroica longipes (1), Phasmatodea (1), phenology (1), phosphorous limitation (1), phosphorus availability (1), photosynthesis. 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